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Prof. Arthur Willey, F.R.S

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DR. ARTHUR WILLEY, emeritus professor of zoology in McGill University, Montreal, died on December 26. He was the son of the Rev. William Willey, a leading minister of the west of England. After education at Kingswood School, Bath, he proceeded to University College, London, where in his second year he worked in Lankester's research laboratory. After taking his degree he was sent to the Stazione Zoologica, Naples, where he did research on Tunicates and Amphioxus, afterwards returning to the College as fellow.

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GARDINER, J. Prof. Arthur Willey, F.R.S. Nature 151, 130–131 (1943). https://doi.org/10.1038/151130a0

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